I'm not big into political things so I really didn't think I would enjoy this book. I read it in one day! You CAN mix politics and religion and it makes a great read!
Liesl, an amazing young pianist and Max, a very good violinist, and good friend of Liesl's. They accompany their Harvard music professor, Dr. Devoe, to Russia. Max gets into some legal trouble for being unruly in public and the professor comes to their rescue. He takes them to a dinner with him and they hear some things they shouldn't have.
Liesl and Max go their separate ways over the years. Liesl witnesses the murder of her professor and flees the scene. Unknowingly she has some very important information many are looking for. She doesn't think anything of it for some time. She had put the past behind her. The professor's wife passes away and the Russians are tracking her once again. The adventure begins! Some parts of the story totally surprised me. One of the "bad" guys wasn't who I thought it would be.
I love a story where God is just working in the background/behind the scenes and the main character finally realizes it at the end of their ordeal and totally gives their life to God. It's always nice when they find their true love when they have been through so much that they think they will never love again. I can't wait to read the next installment of this story!
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